The three-star safety/linebacker picked up an offer from Arkansas on Oct. 9 and a week later, he picked up an offer from Georgia. During that span, Greenlaw de-committed from Arkansas State and reopened his recruitment.
“It’s a great achievement,” Greenlaw said. “It’s something I’ve been working hard for and I’m blessed just to get those offers.”
He already had an offer from Washington State and he said he believes Ohio State is close to offering, as well.
Before he decides where he’ll go to college, Greenlaw said he will take official visits to Washington State, Ohio State and Georgia, so he can see how their coaching staffs work and run their programs.
“I plan on taking a couple official visits and then making a decision,” Greenlaw said. “One thing I’m looking forward to is just being able to look around because I haven’t really looked around much because I’ve been committed to Arkansas State.”
A few days after the Razorbacks offered Greenlaw, he and his teammate, Arkansas tight end commit C.J. O’Grady, took to a video game to determine their college destinations.
As seen in the tweet below, they joked that if O’Grady won the EA Sports NCAA Football game between Arkansas and Arkansas State, both would go to Arkansas. If Greenlaw won, both would go to Arkansas State.
Dre said if I beat him with arkansas that he's coming here, but If I lose I gotta go to A-State . pic.twitter.com/P3X3J8hi9H— CJ O'Grady (@OhMyGrady15) October 13, 2014
“We were just messing around a little bit,” Greenlaw said. “We were being boys, trying to mess with each other. I was getting a lot of feedback though, saying I need to go ahead and jump in and be true to my word”
O’Grady and Arkansas defeated Greenlaw and Arkansas State 70-42.
While Greenlaw said he is opening up his recruitment and hasn’t made a decision, O’Grady think his high school teammate will join him in Fayetteville.
“He’s always been talking big on Arkansas,” O’Grady said. “He loves that school. There’s a good chance that he’ll come here, but there’s also some other schools looking at him, like Georgia and some other big ones, so I’m not sure completely.”